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Fine Embellishment Everything from hand engraving and scrimshaw to filework and carving. The fine art end of the knifemaker's craft.

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Old 01-23-2009, 03:28 PM
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Victorinox ..... patience.

Victorinox ..... patience.


As I commented in the post Victorinox model Victoria, now you show Victorinox model in silver.

In this model I had to take a lot of patience because the knife is very low but the quality of completion of the engraving is exactly the same, that if a larger knife in question.

Features as small scissors around 4mm wide blade and burned at about 3mm surface. The arms of the scissors are about 2mm wide and internal engraving is 1.5 mm in this space is so small 1mm sheets taped to your shade.

Doing this type of steel engraving of the "heavy water" is a very difficult and requires a highly refined technique.

Show some photos and with a one euro coin, to assess the size of the knife.

Normally work about 15 recorded increases in the use binocular (microscope) but in this case I needed to work 25 increases well.

I could not grasp properly engraving, as my camera and have some time and the resolution does not allow such delicate prints, but at least is perceived to give an idea of the piece in hand "with the light microscope.

Thanks as always and I hope that the photos are of your liking.



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Victorinox .....santa paciencia .


Como he comentado en el post Victorinox modelo Victoria ,ahora os muestro el modelo Victorinox en plata .

En este modelo he tenido que tener MUCHA paciencia , pues la navaja es muy reducida y sin embargo la calidad de terminaci?n del grabado es exactamente la misma , que si de una navaja m?s grande se tratase .

A destacar las tijeras tan peque?as de unos 4mm de anchura de hoja y con grabado en unos 3mm de superficie . Los brazos de la tijera tienen unos 2mm de anchura y el grabado interior es de 1,5 mm ; en ese espacio tan reducido hay grabadas hojas de 1mm con su sombreado .

Hacer este tipo de grabado en acero inox al " agua fuerte " tiene una gran dificultad y requiere de una t?cnica muy depurada .

Mostrar? algunas fotos y junto a una moneda de un euro , para apreciar el tama?o de la navaja .

Normalmente trabajo alrededor de 15 aumentos en los grabados que utilizo el binocular ( microscopio ) pero en este caso he necesitado 25 aumentos para poder trabajar bien .

No he podido captar debidamente el grabado , pues mi c?mara ya tienes un cierto tiempo y la resoluci?n no permite grabados tan delicados , aunque al menos se percibe para darse una idea de la pieza en las manos " vista con lupa " .

Gracias como siempre y espero que las fotos sean de vuestro agrado .



Montejano

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Engraving scissors is about 4mm wide and the arms of the scissors are 2 mm, if we discount the edge I need to enter the engraving on the inside, you will give you an idea of the small space.














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I absolutely love that Montejano. I carry one of those every day and your designs are really nice. I can appreciate how difficult it must have been considering the small size of the knife.

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Old 01-24-2009, 05:38 AM
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I absolutely love that Montejano. I carry one of those every day and your designs are really nice. I can appreciate how difficult it must have been considering the small size of the knife.

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Very Very nice, love to carry one...
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Old 01-24-2009, 07:20 AM
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Fantastic Work ! Congrats
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Gracias hermano Don , por tu participaci?n ; un fuerte abrazo como siempre .

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Thanks brother, Don, for your participation, a big hug as always.

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